Our hotel, located in Sarzeau at the heart of the Rhuys Peninsula, opens superb horizons and offers a wealth of activities to enjoy. Along the Gulf of Morbihan, the little inland sea is home to a veritable archipelago: the île aux Moines, the île d’Arz, countless islands and islets, both rocky and wooded, forming a little paradise for fishers and birds alike.
On the ocean side, the islands Quiberon Bay offer the most stunning sights, with a varied landscape and incredible atmospheres. Belle-Ile, one hour by boat from Port-Navalo, the largest of the Ponant islands, Houat and Hoëdic are all wonderful locations in which to unwind and admire the nature that surrounds you, from beaches to wild coves.
The Gulf of Morbihan
Take a trip on the little sea
Sprinkled with a multitude of islands and islets, the Gulf of Morbihan is a sought-after destination for the beauty of its landscapes and its wonderful sunsets. It is a member of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World Club.
Whether on foot or by bike, explore the narrow roads and hiking trails that lead to the little port of Logéo, known for its thriving oyster farming operations, to the beaches or to Château de Suscinio.
Whether by the sea or further inland, the Peninsula invites visitors to enjoy all the trips and activities available in the Gulf of Morbihan Regional Natural Park: hiking, golf, strolling on the islands, adventure parks, water sports, and more.
Labelled a Town of Art and History (Ville d’Art et d’Histoire), this beautiful medieval city, located 25 km from Sarzeau, is full of charm and character. The Old Town quarter, enclosed by its ramparts, its cathedral and its half-timbered houses are unmissable.
Situated at the tip of the Rhys Peninsula, it closes off - or rather opens up - the little sea: the Morbihan. A trading, pleasure and fishing port, Port-Navalo is also the point of departure for those wishing to visit the islands (in the Gulf and Quiberon Bay).